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Dover Castle is a medieval Castle in Dover, Kent, England. This is my favourite English castle to date and I have visited it three times during three separate visits to the UK. There is a lot to see at Dover Castle including the underground hospital that was established and used during WW2, the Roman lighthouse and a Saxon Church.
Today, I am going to show you a few of my pictures of the castle and its doors.
The medieval toilet was merely a hole that went down to a cesspit on the ground below. The cesspit was cleaned out by a gong farmer.
If you are keen, you can learn more about gong farmers here:
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